Want to Make Your Website GDPR-Compliant?

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The evolving data privacy landscape has become a serious concern for webmasters and businesses that collect, process, handle, and store personal data. While these laws and regulations are excellent for improving the rights of consumers by ensuring that their data is handled appropriately and transparently, the rapid onset of new laws and amendments to existing laws has proven to be a challenge for anyone that relies on consumer data.

In our guest post for Hosting.co.uk I provide webmasters and businesses owners with the steps they need to take to make sure their websites respect the data privacy of their users.

Topics Covered:

  • Cookie consent
  • Data privacy considerations for mailing lists
  • How to make a privacy policy for GDPR and CCPA compliance
  • Best practices for handling sensitive data
  • How to prepare for Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR)
  • The importance of vetting your third-party providers (including web hosts!)

Note: The page says the post is from “Samantha” as I don’t have a guest author profile with them.

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Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland is a Marketing Coordinator for CurrentWare, a global provider of endpoint security and employee monitoring software. Dale’s diverse multimedia background allows him the opportunity to produce a variety of content for CurrentWare including blogs, infographics, videos, eBooks, and social media shareables.